Definition of Geyest
1. gey [adj] - See also: gey
Lexicographical Neighbors of Geyest
geyest (current term)
Literary usage of Geyest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"See geyest. GI, to give. The » is very short on Tyneside, but in North Northumberland it is spoken broadly, as gee-ah, or gee. Gi is generally used before a ..."
2. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop, Harry Haldane, Oliver Heslop (1894)
"See geyest. GI, to give. The » is very short on Tyneside, but in North Northumberland it is spoken broadly, as gec-ah, or gee. Gi is generally used before a ..."
3. Dictionary of national biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1893)
"... Goldsmith providing the epilogue (GEyEST, Hist, of the Stage, \. 241-2). A party was organised to hoot it down the first night, and it was never ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1820)
"... V) This gentleman (who was well known in the gay world some years since, as the " geyest of the gay," he being the life of ..."
5. Select Works of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical Prefaces by John Aikin (1821)
"... And turn the geyest thought of gayest age, Down their right channel, through the vale of death. The vale of death! that hush'd Cimmerian vale. ..."